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Spain lurches to the right as xenophobia makes gains
​The latest Spanish election shows people are falling for xenophobic propaganda. However, such politics will not solve any problems, but will stifle political environment and create more fear.
Xi's visit to Greece to raise bilateral partnership to new heights
President Xi Jinping's state visit to Greece is a great opportunity to highlight the growing close ties between the two countries that still have much room for further growth.
Islamic State after Baghdadi's death
The death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is an important step, but it does not mean total elimination of terrorism across the Middle East and beyond.
Dilemmas concerning Syria and the multipolar world
The decision by Donald Trump to cynically abandon his former Kurdish allies in Syria to Turkish attack is merely one element in a changing world order.
What might Robert O'Brien bring as Trump's national security adviser?
President Donald Trump has named his fourth national security advisor in three years. Yet, already, there are questions as to whether Robert O'Brien will fare any better than his predecessors.
EU: Looking back and looking ahead
With the changeover of leadership in the European Commission, it is time to look back on the legacy of the outgoing President and consider the impact of his successor.
Bolton firing brings more instability to Trump admin
With the departure of John Bolton one day before September 11, does it mean Trump wants to change course?
The endless endgame in Afghanistan dashes hopes of peace
A gleam of hope that the four-decade-long violence in Afghanistan can end has wilted, as there is still much to do to achieve real peace.
Boris Johnson on the ropes
The risky high wire balancing act of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson over the volatile Brexit issue is heading for a disaster for him and his party.
PM Johnson stirs the pot with suspension of UK Parliament
As the U.K. nears its appointed Oct. 31 Brexit Day, PM Boris Johnson's move to suspend Parliament has provoked ire and opposition across the nation.
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